- School-Community Relations
File: KFA (pdf)
Adopted: November 12, 2013
PUBLIC CONDUCT ON DISTRICT PROPERTY
Persons using or upon District property, including all District buildings, parking lots and any District vehicle used to transport students, shall not engage in the conduct described below.
Any person considered by the Superintendent or designee to be in violation of this policy shall be instructed to leave District property and law enforcement may be contacted. Any person who has engaged or District officials reasonably believe will engage in conduct prohibited by this policy may be excluded from District property.
The following conduct by any person is prohibited:
1. Any conduct that obstructs, disrupts or interferes with or threatens to obstruct, disrupt or interfere with District operations or any activity sponsored or approved by the District.
2. Physical abuse or threat of harm to any person or District property.
3. Damage or threat of damage to District property regardless of the location, or property of a member of the community when such property is located on District property.
4. Forceful or unauthorized entry to or occupation of District facilities, including both buildings and grounds.
5. Use, possession, distribution or sale of drugs and other controlled substances, alcohol and other illegal contraband on District property, at District or school-sponsored functions, or in any District vehicle transporting students. For purposes of this policy, “controlled substances” means drugs identified and regulated under federal law, including but are not limited to marijuana, cocaine, opiates, phencyclidine (PCP) and amphetamines (including methamphetamine). Persons known to be under the influence of alcohol shall not be permitted to enter District buildings or grounds.
6. Distribution, manufacture or sale of controlled substances or possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute them within 1,000 feet of the perimeter of school grounds.
7. Use of any tobacco product.
8. Unlawful possession of a deadly weapon, as defined in state law, on school property or in school buildings.
9. Profanity or verbally abusive or threatening language.
10. Violation of any federal, state or municipal law or Board policy.
21 U.S.C. 860
C.R.S.18-1-901 (3)(e) (definition of deadly weapon)
C.R.S. 18‐9-106 (disorderly conduct)
C.R.S. 18‐9‐108 (disrupting lawful assembly)
C.R.S. 18‐9‐109 (interference with staff, faculty or students of educational institutions)
C.R.S. 18‐9‐110 (public buildings – trespass, interference)
C.R.S. 18‐9‐117 (unlawful conduct on public property)
C.R.S. 18‐12‐105.5 (unlawful carrying/possession of weapons on school grounds)
C.R.S. 18‐12‐214 (3)(a) (person with valid concealed handgun permit may have a handgun on school property as long as hand gun remains in his or her vehicles and if, while the person is not in vehicle, the gun is kept in a compartment and the vehicle is locked)
C.R.S. 18-18‐407(crime to sell, distribute or possess any controlled substance on or near school grounds or school vehicles)
C.R.S. 25-1.5-106 (12)(b) (possession or use of medical marijuana in or on school grounds or in a school bus is prohibited)
C.R.S. 25‐14-103.5 (tobacco product and retail marijuana use prohibited on school property)
C.R.S. 25‐14-301 (Teen Tobacco Use Prevention Act)
ADC, Tobacco‐Free Schools
GBCB, Staff Conduct (and Responsibilities)
GBEB, Drug‐Free Workplace
JFCH/JFCI, Student Abuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs
JICI, Weapons in School
KI, Visitors to the Schools
End of File: KFA